- Mfantsipim School has been kicked out of the 2020 National Science and Maths Quiz by Kumasi Academy ( NSMQ 2020)
- Aside from the defeat, a photo has popped up showing contestants spelt the name of the school wrongly
- The defeat and wrong spelling has led to massive trolling for Mfantsipim School
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Mfantsipim School, Ghana's first-ever secondary school, has come under massive trolling after being booted out of the ongoing 2020 National Science a Maths Quiz. (NSMQ 2020).
Mfantsipim was eliminated from the 1/8 stage of the competition by Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) on Wednesday, September 30, 2020.
In a contest which they led from start to finish, KUMACA garnered 53 points against Mfantsipim's 35 and St Mary's SHS' 30 points.
Being two-time winners of the competition in 1999 and 2014, Mfantsipim's elimination and the manner in which came has surprised followers of the competition.
As if their defeat was not bad enough, a photo has popped up from their contest and it is even more embarrassing for the contestants and the school.
The photo suggests that the contestants wrongly spelt the name of their during the contest.
It is a part of the competition for schools to solve a 'problem of the day' in each of the contest they participate in.
When Mfantsipim set out to solve theirs in their contest today, the contestants wrote 'MFANSTIPIM' instead of "MFANTSIPIM'.
The shocking defeat coupled with the big mistake made by the contestants has led to a massive trolling on social media.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has reported that Richard Brown a.k.a. Osebo, Nana Aba Anamoah's baby daddy, has asked for her forgiveness.
In a new post, Osebo, who is also known as the Zara Man, pled for forgiveness while sharing a photo of his son, Paa Kow
The photo has Paa Kow and his mother at a birthday party.
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